Master’s in Nursing (MSN) Degree

You can earn your master’s degree in Nursing online

Jaime Aniskoff, MSN student

Immerse yourself in an innovative and interactive learning community

Complete your MSN degree part time, and fully online in as few as 20 months. With collaborative online classrooms to inspire, engage, and discuss, the program’s cohort model allows you to graduate with the same group of students from your first day at Goodwin to graduation.

Experience our cutting edge MSN curriculum

Goodwin’s MSN program is unique in that it focuses on both community and public health. After completing courses for your master’s degree in nursing, you will be able to identify and explore issues of social justice in healthcare, ensure access and quality of care, as well as promote health and prevent diseases. Concluding your degree with a 90-hour fieldwork capstone project, you will be able to apply the concepts you learned within the MSN program to influence and affect real-world change.

Increase your earning potential with an online MSN degree

With higher education comes higher future earning potential. As a go-getter in your field, with your master’s degree in nursing, you become a sought-after, go-to employee in the workplace. From coworkers to peers, you will provide leadership and knowledge to other nurses and increase your options for further career opportunities. Along with job security and even the possibility to earn your doctorate, earning your MSN endorses a personal sense of pride and fulfillment. You deserve to get enjoyment out of completing your goals. You deserve to experience Goodwin.

The good news at Goodwin: Grants and scholarships may be available to fund your future

You may be eligible for grants and scholarships to help offset the cost of your MSN degree tuition. Our dedicated team of financial aid advisors are trained in finding opportunities to turn your dream of a master’s in nursing into a reality.

Find more information in the academic catalog.

The master's degree program in Nursing at Goodwin University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Goodwin University is a member of SARA and therefore can offer our MSN program to residents of other SARA states.